Team of the Week

Scoutware The Team of the Week presented by Scoutware is D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll, in its 17th season of recognizing the top performance at each of the five positions from the previous week.

Men Pos. Women
Malique Killing, Jr.
Muhlenberg
G Kaitlyn Read, Fr.
New York University
John Ivy, Sr.
Brockport State
G Brittany Sandone, Sr.
Cabrini
Larry Thomas, Jr.
Birmingham-Southern
G Jordan Sammons, Jr.
Hamline
Chris Klimek, Sr.
Washington U.
F Anecia Richardson, So.
Trinity (Texas)
Matt Greenfield, Sr.
Central
F | C Kelecia Harris, So.
Albright
Games of Jan. 20-26, 2014

Men's

Malique Killing
Killing became the third player in Muhlenberg history to score 30 points in back-to-back games, tying a career high with 38 in a win at Ursinus and adding 33 in a loss at Johns Hopkins. He scored 20 straight Mule points in one stretch of the Ursinus game. Killing shot 52.8 percent from the field and dished out a team-high seven assists in the two games. 

John Ivy
Ivy tied a career high with 35 points against Buffalo State. Ivy hit a last second game-winning shot on Friday night against Oneonta. Against New Paltz he helped spark a second half comeback, helping Brockport remain undefeated in conference play. In three games, Ivy averaged 30.7 points per game. He shot 45 percent from long range and over 50 percent from the floor, as well as only missing one free throw. 

Larry Thomas
Thomas hit the game-tying 3-pointer with 32 seconds left to send the game to overtime against Rhodes and added a career-high 40 points against Huntingdon. He averaged 28.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game in a three-game week, shooting 56 percent from the floor and 41 percent from 3-point range.

Chris Klimek
Klimek averaged 24 points and 12 rebounds per game as the Bears picked remained unbeaten in UAA play with a pair of road wins. Klimek scored 26 points and pulled down a career-high 18 boards to propel the Bears to a 77-64 win at Case Western Reserve. He followed that up with 22 points and six rebounds in a 94-81 win at Carnegie Mellon. Klimek shot 61.5 percent from the field (20-32) and hit 8-of-13 from the free-throw line in the two wins.

Matt Greenfield
Greenfield tallied his seventh double-double of the season in Central's comeback overtime win over Simpson before scoring a career-high 35 points in Central's upset of Buena Vista. He averaged 30 points and 12.5 rebounds per game, shooting 9-for-14 from beyond the arc.

Women's

Kaitlyn Read
Read scored a career-high 26 points, along with nine rebounds, five assists and a steal in a win over No. 7 Emory. She added a game-high 15 points, along with nine rebounds, seven assists and four steals in a 69-60 win vs. Rochester. Read shot 13-for-24 from the floor, 4-for-7 from 3-point range and 11-for-13 from the line.

Brittany Sandone
Sandone led the Cavaliers to a pair of wins with 19 points per game on 46 percent shooting from the floor and 54 percent from 3-point range. She tallied 18 points in 23 minutes in an 81-54 win over Marywood on Wednesday before hitting for 20 points in 25 minutes in a 66-48 win at Centenary.

Jordan Sammons
Jordan helped the Pipers snap a five-game losing streak with her sixth consecutive double-double. Her six steals in each game last week tied a career high. She averaged 24 points and 11 rebounds per game. She shot 49 percent from the floor and a perfect 8-for-8 from the line.

Anecia Richardson
Richardson led Trinity to a pair of SCAC road wins, averaging 21.0 points, 6.5 rebounds and 4.0 blocks for the weekend, shooting 75 percent (15-for-20) from the field and 86 percent (12-for-14) from the free throw line.  

Kelecia Harris
Harris averaged 21.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as Albright won two games by a total of three points to move into a tie for the final Commonwealth Conference playoff spot. She had 9 points and 6 rebounds in the final five minutes alone as Albright erased a 20-point second half deficit to defeat Widener 76-75. Harris assisted on Shannon Thomas' winning basket with nine seconds left and then stole the ball from the Pride's Jen Egee on Widener's ensuing possession.

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